ABOUT THE COURSE
Excellence in education: the highest rating in the Brazilian Ministry of Education (MEC). Belonging to the recognized UNICID Health Area, the School of Medicine uses different teaching-learning method, student-centered. The Problem-Based Learning (PBL - Problem Based Learning) enables interdisciplinary and comprehensive approach to health conditions of the population, emphasizing the humanistic attitude and ethic on the profession and the patient, within the reality of the Unified Health System of Brazil (SUS) . From the beginning, the student is encouraged to develop clinical reasoning and learn to make decisions based on scientific evidence. In addition, performs boarding school in the best health institutions in the city, such as the Hospital for State Civil Servants, Municipal Children's Hospital Child Jesus and Maternity Hospital Leonor Mendes de Barros. Practical application in various scenarios: basic health units, outpatient clinics, emergency rooms and hospitals of medium and high complexity.
Profile: doctor with strong clinical training, critical, reflective, with the incorporation of ethical and humanistic values into professional practice. It is committed to the development of citizenship and the transformation to a fairer society and that allows access to the production of health for all Brazilians. This professional is faced with problems of various kinds, and should respond with humanism, technical quality and appropriate to the context, allowing the individual and their community achieve the best quality of life. Being a doctor is to be a scientist and track the progress of science and at the same time, caregiver, ethical and sensitive to human suffering, always seeking new answers to social needs. New opportunities. The traditionally liberal character of medicine has changed significantly in recent times in Brazil. Many of the more than 260,000 doctors working in the country alia self-employed work journeys arriving to accumulate three or more jobs. New fields of work, however, are strengthening, such as family medicine, geriatrics (considering the aging of the population), imaging exams, orthomolecular medicine, homeopathy, acupuncture and areas that focus on high technology.
The Medical School brings together highly qualified faculty, infrastructure on a different campus (Campus UNICID ¿Pines), designed exclusively to meet all the needs required by the course, and laboratories equipped with the latest technology devices. Among its key differentiators is the newest and advanced Simulated Hospital, where the UNICID pioneered, allowing international certification. It is an advanced realistic simulation training center developed in high-fidelity rooms. The simulators / robots are the latest generation in the market, having complex software, the only ones that work with wireless, allowing full mobility for different environments. These high-fidelity simulators are organized in three beds in a ward and two emergency rooms, one of which focused on the care of pregnant women and childbirth, including having a neonatal resuscitation unit. In addition to the Simulated Hospital, the course has two spaces for Medical Skills Training, one of which has 20 offices for performing OSCE (Objective structured clinical examination). These other areas have several mannequins and simulators that allow through monitored practices, the training of essential medical skills to the exercise of profissão.O Morphological Laboratory, which now features twice the floor space has more fields of study, among others. In addition, the UNICID Medicine has a modern and advanced Surgical Technique Laboratory and Functional Practices Laboratory both coupled to qualified research laboratories, which allows teachers and students to develop high quality scientific research. Not to mention the exclusive course and the two computer labs Library. All designed to enable students to arrive more prepared for the practical activities. Still, the UNICID Medicine's Global Health Learning member oportunities ¿GHLO, a consortium created by the American Association of Medical Colleges. This is an educational exchange program in health care, which includes American medical universities, among others in various locations in the world. In Brazil, we are pioneers in this partnership, which will facilitate students the last two years of medical access to international elective stages, favoring the exchange of essential information to enable them to work with different people and realities in health, expand the cultural dimension and to learn about different health systems and approaches to health care in other nations.
Fares are valid for freshman (freshmen) 2016.
The 1st half of the course is divided into seven equal portions (tuition + 6 installments) of R $ 7,106.91 Value for payment on the 5th working day of the month
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